City of Mandurah activities a chance for residents to get safe


WA Police Senior Sergeant Steve Thompson, City of Mandurah community safety team leader Kellie Wilson and City Ranger Garth Van Den Ende.
WA Police Senior Sergeant Steve Thompson, City of Mandurah community safety team leader Kellie Wilson and City Ranger Garth Van Den Ende.

LOCAL residents are encouraged to join in the City of Mandurah’s free community safety activities this month.

Community Safety Month activities are being held across the country and focus on working with the community and encouraging action to create safer t spaces to live, work and play.

The City and WA Police have joined forces to hold a number of activities during October aimed at increasing the confidence of community members in a number of different safety topics.

Visit Mandurah Forum on Friday, October 27 between 9am and noon for tips on community safety and crime prevention.

Officers will also be at the Mandurah Children’s Festival on Sunday, October 29 from 10am to 3pm to share safety initiatives.

People are encouraged to sign up to www.ewatch.com.au, an initiative between WA Police and Neighbourhood Watch to find out what is happening in the community.

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